The average MSRP for a car in the US has reached a new height, $37,577. As manufacturer’s stuff more gadgetry and power underneath flashy sheet metal, I’m left wondering why anyone would spend that amount of money on a new car. Now, it should also be mentioned that this price takes into account all light vehicles, which encompasses everything from a Kia Rio to a Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
This got me thinking about the used car market. I picked up my car for $5,700 with 53,300 miles on it, four years ago. While I am by no means, ready to put nearly 38 grand down on a new set of wheels, this got me thinking about how many other cars you could buy for that amount of money. Instead of a Chevy Traverse LT, you could have a whole fleet of vehicles. So with a budget of $37,577, here is my list of vehicles that I would buy instead of buying one new car.Continue reading “IF YOU HAD $37,577 TO SPEND, WHAT CARS WOULD YOU BUY?”